Tomorrow

This conversation below one of the Breitbart posts is germane to tomorrow’s vote.

A North American writes:

Brexit Party? Fine. Nigel is great. But UKIP has put the pressing issue of Islamization front and center.

Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, bragged:

“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”

And let’s stop kidding ourselves. If not for Muslim Paedophile rape gangs finally coming to the public’s attention after 3 decades of cover-up, Brexit would likely never have been pushed over the finish line back in 2016. The Alexis Jay report on Rotherham from 2014 was a big factor. The EU and the British Establishment have no plan to curb Islamization or Muslim migration (invasion).

Only UKIP can be trusted on this count and it is the future of the British Nation that is dependent on stopping Islam from taking over. You know it by the various towns and cities that are de facto Sharia Compliant today

Someone replied:

One step at a time. We need out of the EU first.

Third person added:

Please leave the Muslim issue alone for the moment. Let’s win the Brexit battle convincingly first then without the current bunch of Scum politicians we will be in a strong position to sort out the longer term issues in the country for once and for all.

All three seem good people but we’re torn on tactics, that’s all.

Farage Party

The way he abandoned UKIP, put down Gerard Batten and then ignored the Muslim issue was bad, plus the man’s ego is huge. Plus he’s faithless to his woman.

However, he has traction and in a one-off election no one cares about, the aim seems to be to tell the Establishment what they already know. OK, what then? After the 23rd, just how will he achieve Brexit?

UKIP

The Establishment, the media and Farage have made any reference to the Muslim issue anathema and yet that is the other central issue. Even were Brexit achieved, that shower of tossers above are going to do zero to address it.

UKIP are correct and yet they lack traction this time around … but things change.

Anne-Marie Party

They’re not in this one but when they reappear, the old issue with her is still there – her rainbow agenda which many small c conservatives [non-Tories] do not buy in any way, shape or form.

She has little traction in Britain.

Tommy

He addresses the right issue but he has that unfortunate manner for other sections of society and people are simply unfair towards him, even readers here.

He’s chosen the wrong election to open his account this time round – Farage has killed off his vote and what I don’t like is that the tossers will then jump on that and never let Tommy forget it.

For that reason, we should vote Tommy but in doing that, it would bring Brexit in behind Labour.

Dilemma.

English Democrats

Fine but traction again is the issue in this particular election.

Personally, I have still not decided but will think about it on the way to the polling station around 7 a.m. tomorrow.

Why at that time?  Because someone has my poll card, it never arrived. Now, either the council electoral office is lying or it is not and if not, then poll cards went out, all of them.  I’ve established that from two phone calls to them.

I have also been onto Royal Mail and there is a formal complaint being followed up right now.  As I explained to the electoral people and also to Royal Mail, the issue is not having the card to vote – I’m fine to actually vote – but someone out there has my card.

Why was it not posted to me, why was it not put in the mailbox?  That is a worry with Royal Mail in itself.

So, I’ll go up there on Thursday, armed with ID and former poll cards and let’s see if anyone has tried to vote in my name.

6 comments for “Tomorrow

  1. james wilson
    May 22, 2019 at 17:01

    No deal is and always was the best deal. But. You need a strong advocate (like Trump) of British interest in the executive to guide the evolution of things afterward, rather than one who is invested in it’s failure. I suspect that to do all that this requires in the British interest is not so complicated as supposed, but rather it merely requires what the British were once famous for– resolve–which is exactly what all democratic systems have seen dissolve since the introduction of women’s suffrage.

  2. Bill
    May 22, 2019 at 17:40

    After the 23rd, just how will he achieve Brexit?
    Farage is the party front man is he not not ‘the party’, or am I missing something, besides a brain, obviously.
    To answer the question he cannot achieve Brexit unless his party stands and wins in UK election.

    UKIP busted flush it seems. They too cannot deliver Brexit.

    Anne Marie Party in the same position as the above.

    Tom. Getting in in Europe neuters him and no he cannot deliver Brexit either.

    English Democrats. Never heard of them until this post of yours. But no Brexit delivery for them either.

    I’d stay in bed and let whoever has your card play out your role.

  3. Chuckles
    May 22, 2019 at 17:49

    1. You so not need a Poll Card to vote.
    2. Other than in N.I. you do not need any form of ID to vote.
    3. The sole and only requirement is that you are registered to vote, and able to give your name and address to the people at the polling station.

    • May 22, 2019 at 19:01

      As I pointed out, the issue is not being able to vote, the issue is someone has my poll card. That person can vote as me before I get there.

      • KevinS
        May 22, 2019 at 22:33

        If that happens then you will find out at the polling station won’t you? And be in a position to complain that polling fraud has taken place? I would imagine that anyone wanting to use your vote would be relying on you not actually voting and, rather than turning up early would leave it as late as possible. If you have voted then he/she wouldn’t be allowed to vote in your name (you will have been crossed off their list). I think it highly unlikely that this sort of fraud is perpetrated, it’s the postal votes that are the worry.

        • May 23, 2019 at 03:56

          I’d agree that the postal is where the main fraud is.

          What I haven’t gone into here is that we have insecure mail – a few times I’ve found letters to me in a communal area in a pile of junk and HMRC letters to others. Either someone is taking them from the postman, going through and dumping them or else someone’s getting into the boxes, presumably looking for money.

          I’d say the issue here is quite close to home, rather than the electoral people.

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